It's that time of year again—Valentine's Day (or, as we bitter Columbians call it between huge mouthfuls of Westside cookies, "galentine's day"). We took it upon ourselves to map out your evening of love in advance, whether you're half of a happy couple, single and ready to mingle, or somewhere in between.
In the first ever episode of Mad Men, Don Draper tries to sell a cigarette with the cheery claim that “it’s toasted.” Of course, the show’s creators can safely assume we know enough about the dangers of cigarettes to catch the irony.
Eric Wimer tells you the best way to take advantage of two-for-one deals on Broadway shows.
The Visual Arts Open House displayed artists at very different stages and paths in their careers, with no clear unifying thread except their affiliation with Columbia.
Slovenian philosopher and former visiting professor Slavoj Žižek is featured in a new film by Sophie Fiennes.
A new film from a Columbia alumnus explores AIDS in small-town America.
A new thriller starring Brit Marling, Ellen Page, and Alexander Skarsgard is given an authentic feel by writer-director Zal Batmanglij.
The fourth season stands as a tribute to what made “Arrested Development” great, as opposed to an attempt to recreate it.
It seems like every celebrity is getting a run on Broadway these days.
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